OnePlus 7 Pro and 7T, which can currently be purchased at $450 and $499.99 respectively from T-Mobile. Released in May and September 2019, the two surprisingly affordable powerhouses are not available in the US through any other wireless service provider, which makes these cool new deals that much more meaningful and compelling.We're talking about the
Curiously enough, the OnePlus 7 Pro vanished from Magenta's online and offline storefront before the 7T made its commercial debut roughly six months ago only to return with little to no fanfare just last week. When that happened, the "full-screen" handset was once again priced at its $699.99 MSRP in a 256GB storage variant, but not for long. Now you can score a massive $250 discount with absolutely no strings attached, which undercuts the manufacturer's own 7 Pro promotions.
the Snapdragon 855 flagship with a motorized pop-up selfie camera and triple rear-facing shooter system costs $499 with 6 gigs of memory and 128 gigs of internal storage space and $549 in the aforementioned configuration accommodating 256 gigs of data and packing a hefty 8GB RAM count.When bought directly from the official OnePlus US e-store,
You can even split the 450 bucks charged by T-Mo in 24 monthly payments of $18.75 a pop if you so desire, as well as choose between "Nebula Blue" and "Mirror Grey" paint jobs.
Meanwhile, the OnePlus 7T is actually up for grabs at the same $499.99 price from both its manufacturer and T-Mobile in "Glacier Blue" and "Frosted Silver" color options with 128GB storage and 8GB memory on deck. This notched phone normally costs just $100 more, and although it packs a slightly faster Snapdragon 855+ SoC than the 7 Pro, it's an overall humbler device with a lower-res screen and smaller battery in tow.